Young Research Forum - Journal of Public Health and Nutrition (2019) Volume 3, Issue 1
Young Researcher Forum (YRF) - Discover your potential at Asian Nursing 2020 | Tokyo, JapanObeid Al Rashoud
Director of Nursing at Children Specialist Hospital, KSA, Saudi Arabia, E-mail: [email protected]
Young Research Forum
The 28th Asia Pacific Nursing Care Congress will take place on November 16-17, 2020 at Tokyo, Japan. It brings together the international community of researchers who work on a huge variety of aspects that unite Nursing, healthcare and others. The Young Researchers Forum is one of the conference session particularly for postgraduate students (MPH, MSc, MRes, PhD etc.), whose research correlates to health. It has been exclusively designed to provide students with the opportunity to express their work in a pleasant, supportive forum and to obtain feedback from mentors and peers.
Asian Nursing event offer a distinctive platform for Young Researchers/Investigators for exhibiting latest research projects with an in-depth analysis. Asian Nursing Summit Committee cordially invites Young Researchers from Universities/ Institutes/Industries to perform a short oral presentation throughout the forum. These oral presentations should be of 20 minutes duration in association with scientific track supported by 5 minutes question hour. Therefore, presenters are encouraged to give complete and dynamic talks. Applications will be nominated based on past research productivity and future potential.
• Setting your research through oral presentations.
• Learn about career advancement and the most recent research tools and knowledges in your field.
• This forum will give important and sensible information to those who carry out research and those who use and gain from research.
• Create a foundation for partnership among young researchers.
• The forum will offer an prospect for collegial communication with other young investigators and recognized senior investigators across the globe.
• Intermingle and share ideas with both associates and mentors.
• Opportunity for young researchers to understand about the research areas of their peers to improve their capacity as multidisciplinary scholars.
• Energetically deliver information and encourage the benefits of education and career matters.
• Young Investigators (e.g. Post-Graduate students, Postdoctoral fellows, Trainees, Junior faculty) are the emphasis of this event.
• The topic must fit into technical sessions of the forum.
• Each participant is permitted to submit only one paper (as first author or co-author).
• No authors should have senior position or faculty position.
• Applicants should be below the age of 30-33 years.
• All submissions must be in English.
The YRF has two main goals:
To enhance communication amongst young researchers and across different organizations using social media and other avenues.
To offer a platform to address issues particularly affecting students and junior researchers, for example: available research projects, options for career development, funding prospects and many more.
To acknowledge the exceptional effort by student participants, the Best YRF Presentation award will be presented for an extraordinary presentation of the Asian Nursing conference, and the award winner must be registered as a post-graduate student. The award is recommended based upon an outright specification of brilliance and all student presenters will be deemed eligible for this award. But based on the scores provided by the evaluation committee for every presentation of student presenters of the conference, the Conference Chair determines which presentation will collect the Best YRF Presentation Award.